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The Changes of Womanhood in Marge Piercy‘s “The Secretary Chant”

- Marge Piercy’s “The Secretary Chant” begins the poem by describing different parts of her body as office supplies. In line one she states that “My hips are a desk.” In line two and three she says “From my ears hang/ chains of paper clips.”(2) In line four she also continues with “Rubber bands form my hair.”(3) I feel like Piercy’s goal by starting off the poem in this way, was to help emphasize the speakers frustrations toward her job right away. I also feel that by comparing the speakers body parts to office supplies, gives the feeling that the speaker is using a form of sarcasm; which explains how much her job is unwillingly becoming apart of her life....   [tags: Marge Piercy, Secretary Chant, poetry, ]

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Human Resources And Benefits Administrative Secretary V. Cecil County Public Schools

- Human Resources and Benefits Administrative Secretary V, Cecil County Public Schools (CCPS), 07/10 to present • Provide secretarial support to a five person Human Resource and Benefits Management team. • Responsible for multi-line phone system while handling daily workload that includes greeting guests, filing, and personnel needs. • Coordinate activities and responsibilities of various management team members; including correspondence and calendar management. • Responsible for screening all submitted applications for support staff candidates....   [tags: Customer service, Management, Secretary]

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A New Secretary Of Community And Diversity

- As I am Appointed as your new Secretary of Community and Diversity, this report will be discussing the challenges of racial ethnic minorities, particularly African American. I will also be discussing the policies reforms on immigration laws, law enforcement, incarceration but also the inequality of housing, public education, and jobs, in which these policies have impacted the community of minorities living in inner cities. This report has included past policies and reforms that have resulted in inequality among white Americans and racial ethnic minorities....   [tags: African American, United States, Racism, Race]

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The United States Transportation Secretary

- The way that the United States Transportation Secretary is unequivocally backing the "It Can Wait" battle, put forward by AT&T, is a positive sign however more should be done to give understudies introduction to the presentation around the nation. With a specific end goal to finish this, it is basic that the administration set rules and give support to this program or introduce one of their own. With respect to "It Can Wait" crusade, the administration ought to institute enactment to give subsidizing so the program can develop and achieve each secondary school in America....   [tags: United States, U.S. state, Driving]

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The Secretary Of State For Foreign And Commonwealth Affairs

- They both exchanged smirky smiles, which Tony failed to notice, as he was busy looking at the contents of his folder. Yusuf knew Tony hated the Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs—but the Prime Minister did not have a strong attachment to either one. Yusuf also knew that the Prime Minister always ignored the Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs and dealt only with the Secretary of State. From the moment he had first seen the Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs, Yusuf learned it was impossible to find a decent human being in this world who really didn’t hate a person holding such position....   [tags: Prime minister, Westminster system, Cabinet]

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The Secretary Of State For Exiting The European Union

- With the defendant - the Secretary of State for Exiting the European Union – acting through the executive government, was the representative figure of the crown, argued that the authority to give the notice, by the Crown, to withdraw from the European Union should not be averted, the claimants - Miller and Dos Santos – on the other hand, claimed that the Crown was “over-stepping” its boundaries, as it clearly lacked the authority to give a notice to withdraw from the EU, without an act of Parliament providing prior authorisation....   [tags: United Kingdom, European Union]

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The Story Of Lily And The Old Lady Secretary

- I found her. That’s all I could think since Lily collect called me from that lawyers office in Tiburon, and the old-lady secretary told me exactly where she was. After about a month of searching on my own, Lily made it all to easy to find her. Stupid kid. I’m pulling up to the address the lady I spoke to gave me, and all I can think is the house looks like Pepto Bismol took a dump all over it, for sure. How in the world did Lily end up here. Must’ve been Rosaleen’s idea, I always knew she wa gonna be trouble....   [tags: 2007 singles, 2008 singles, Debut albums]

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Analysis Of Secretary Of The Treasury Alexander Hamilton

- Proposed in 1791, Secretary of the Treasury Alexander Hamilton wrote his Report on Manufactures with the intent of establishing economic maneuvers that was designed to, in the long run, improve America’s credit by encouraging the expansion of American industries and taxation. Hamilton’s initiatives were ultimately inspired by his Federalist agenda as supported by the Washington administration. The report primarily stresses the importance of spreading the nation’s ability to produce and specialize in particular trades for the mutual benefit of the whole entire nation—not just the white, male upper class citizen....   [tags: Tax, Taxation in the United States, United States]

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Utah, California v. Secretary of Transportation

- Significant facts In 1994, Congress pass a bill, with President approval, that withheld ten percent of federal highway funds from states who fail to penalize drug offenders by suspending the drivers license for six months. A condition the federal government placed on the grants for highway funds is states’ must suspend the drivers license for any drug conviction, regardless of severity, including marijuana possession. However, states do have the ability to “opt out” by passing their own state law stating they will not suspend drivers licenses for such violations....   [tags: Drug Offenders, Highway Funds]

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U.s. Secretary Of State Condoleezza Rice

- In this article, the question of defining our national interest in regards to primarily national security but also economy and foreign diplomacy is put to the test. Former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice dissects and explains the Bush Administration’s approach to understanding and operating in the dangerous and ever-expanding world we live in. The article begins by explaining the importance of securing and maintaining positive and productive relationships with our global competitors. Rice explains the Bush administration’s approach to these tasks is seen as a necessity for American values and interests rather than the global interest....   [tags: United States, Barack Obama, Condoleezza Rice]

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Administrative Office Technology: Executive Administrative Assistant

- ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICE TECHNOLOGY EXECUTIVE ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT Administrative Office Technology: Executive Administrative Assistant From the 1920s-1960s the women who were called “secretaries” were severely stigmatized. The most common misconception about secretaries was that they were pretentious office workers who were only out to find a husband. According to an article on National Public Radio’s website, “For decades secretary positions were the only ones that women could hold in many workplaces....   [tags: a buffer, not a secretary]

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The Legal Structure Of The United Carolina Secretary Of State

- Legal Structure: After some thorough research, Deepest Needs Counseling would run as a Professional Limited Liability Company (PLLC). Since the sole purpose of the business would be to provide counseling services, The North Carolina Secretary of State (n.d.) requires that when a business renders professional services the articles be filed appropriately with the licensing board. The steps to follow would be to complete a Certificate of Registration Application and submit it along with a $50.00 application fee, and a copy of the unapproved Articles of Organization to the NCBLPC Board (NCBLPC, n.d.)....   [tags: Limited liability company, Corporation]

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Alienation Comparison: The Secretary Chant and Alienation and Orange

- It’s self-evident, feelings & emotions are more intimate & personal than percentages, statistics, & numbers. “The Secretary Chant”, a poem about a woman so engrossed in her job she is turning into it, has the theme of alienation. As does “Alienation & Orange Juice: The Invisibility of Labor”, is an article that speaks about a commercial that has no humans shown and causes the alienation of the workers from the end result of their work by the absence of their portrayal. Those texts are both effective to certain degrees in their portrayal of alienation, so one can be considered better than the other in their manner of treating the subject....   [tags: Evan Stewart, Marge Piercy]

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Reflecting on Sexual Addiction in Shainberg’s Film Secretary (

- Shainberg’s film Secretary (2002) depicts Lee Holloway who is taken to a mental hospital for self-harming, she is then released back into the real world. Here, she finds a job posting for a secretary where she meets Mr. Grey, the head lawyer of the firm. Throughout her stay in the office, Lee submits herself to many tasks for Mr. Grey, including sexual acts. Schneider (1991), , Buss, Larsen & Semmelroth (1992) and Hyde, DeLamater & Byers (2012), reflect upon how jealousy, sexual addictions and the four step-cycle play a role in proving that Lee Holloway is a sexual addict....   [tags: submissive, criteria, devience]

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The Documentary Blind Spot : Hitler 's Secretary

- The documentary Blind Spot: Hitler’s Secretary offers the unique perspective of someone who was not necessarily a victim or a perpetrator of the Nazi regime during World War II, but more so a first-person witness. Traudl Junge was more involved than a bystander, and can be seen more as a participant, but not quite considered an evildoer. Throughout the film, Junge recounts a plethora of private and personal memories she had experienced whilst working for Hitler during the Nazi regime. It is important to take notice to not just what Traudl is saying when she is narrating these tales, but also how she is describing them....   [tags: Adolf Hitler, World War II, Traudl Junge]

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Analysis of Secretary of Defense Robert McNamara's Famous Quotation

- Most things are paid for in words, and they alone can get you out of an insufferable situation. Secretary of Defense Robert Strange McNamara once said, “Coercion, after all, merely captures man. Freedom captivates him.” In order to grasp the meaning of this quotation, a judicious analysis with sharp observation of the events surrounding these words are required. It is necessary to provide a brief biography of Robert McNamara, an overview of the event that influenced the speech, a discussion of his intended audience and an overview of the speech itself....   [tags: analyzing context and character]

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President Obama 's Appointment Of Secretary Of State

- his administration. Once in office President Obama’s appointment of Secretary of State would illustrate his intentions of how to deal with Wall Street, to reform or rebuild. Two main candidates emerged to fill the position Paul Volcker, known as a regulator and being tough on Wall Street, and Tim F. Geithner, a former Bill Clinton appointee and who also spearheaded the Bush’s administration response to the initial crisis (Kirk & Wieser, 2012). Obama, to the surprise of many, selected Geithner for the position that would lead the administration’s negotiations with Wall Street banks....   [tags: President of the United States, Barack Obama]

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The UN Secretary-General and International Norm Development

- In 1991, the Soviet Union collapsed and in its wake there were a flood of essays from political scientists around the world. The general theme of the essays was the fall of the Soviet Union would usher in a new age of peace and prosperity that the world had never known before. However, the events that followed the collapse of the Soviet Union were the exact opposite . There was an increased need to restore political order in countries around the world, promote human rights and pacify conflict zones....   [tags: UNSG as Norm Entrepreneur ]

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Barack Obama 's First Term Secretary Of State And A Cia Director

- Obama is quoted as saying, “Dropping bombs on someone to prove that you’re willing to drop bombs on someone is just about the worst reason to use force” (Goldberg, 2016). When Obama pulled back and did not follow through with his strike on Syria, “Leon Panetta, Obama’s first term secretary of state and a previous CIA director, stated that “the credibility of the commander in chief and this nation is at stake if he doesn’t enforce it” (Goldberg, 2016). Hillary Clinton said, “If you say you’re going to strike, you have to strike....   [tags: George W. Bush, Democratic Party]

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The Skill Development Guideline That I Got Was From The Secretary And Privacy Discussion

- The skill development guideline that I picked was from the secretary and privacy discussion. I picked the second guideline, which is to “disclose secrets to an accepting confidant.” I decided to chose this one because like most other people, I keep a lot of secrets to myself and I recently had a situation where I had to debate with myself to tell my parents something that had happened or to just keep it a secret. I was thinking about what topic to do this paper on while I was at the library when my car got towed, so naturally this was a perfect topic at the time....   [tags: Mother, Father, Parent, Driveway]

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Family Violence : A Statement Made The Secretary Of Health And Human Services

- Family Violence A statement made the secretary of Health and Human services; “Family violence has become as American as guns on our streets and murders in our movies..” (Shalala, 1994) When you hear the words ‘Family Violence the first thing that comes to your mind is domestic violence between a husband and wife; but family violence has arms that reach in many different directions. There is sibling bullying, in every household in America there are children that have hit, shoved, or pushed a sibling; mothers all over the world have duties toward their children number one is to protect them from harm or danger; number two full time mediator between siblings, regardless of dynamics this too i...   [tags: Domestic violence, Child abuse, Abuse]

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The Significance of the Resignation of David Blunkett as Home Secretary

- The Significance of the Resignation of David Blunkett as Home Secretary David Blunkett: A Personal Profile The messy personal scandal which has brought about the political demise of the Home Secretary is out of character for a man who has always prided himself on his strong moral values. David Blunkett has been a key figure in shaping New Labour's social agenda, a politician whose uncompromising principles shape both his private and professional life. He refused to back down when his tough anti-terror legislation and changes to the criminal justice system came under fire from judges, lawyers and human right campaigners....   [tags: Papers]

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The Administrator And Administrative Staff

- Administrative interviews. The administrator and administrative support interviews were conducted first due to a high level of trust and the accessibility of the administrative staff. The interviews were conducted one-on-one and the researcher was careful to avoid letting the other administrative participants know what had already been discussed. The researcher followed the interview protocol and order of questions presented. The administrative staff provided consistent answers regarding their perceptions of parent involvement in the Oilton School District....   [tags: High school, Education, Teacher, Secretary]

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Why Do I Want to Join the Office of the Assistant Secretary for Strategic Assessment (OASSA)?

- The Office of the Assistant Secretary for Strategic Assessment (OASSA) is probably one of the government offices that can be labeled as an ‘elite institution’. The office being mainly concerned with international defense and security policies and engagements, one could expect that it is staffed by highly competent individuals with highly-specialized knowledge. In other words, the people at OASSA are unlikely to be found in any other government office. Every government office has lawyers in their legal division, accountants in their finance section, and HR practitioners in their personnel services....   [tags: career choices, government offices]

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Attendance And Attendance Issues : Recording Secretary Is Responsible For Keeping A Record Of Attendance At Each Meeting

- Attendance Issues • Recording Secretary is responsible for keeping a record of attendance at each meeting. • Review chapter attendance rule in the chapter Standing Rules. Below is a suggested attendance policy: o Recording Secretary sends reminder to the member after first unexcused absence. o Standards Committee sends reminder to member after her second unexcused absence. o Standards Committee sends an appointment form to the member after her third absence to talk about member’s absences and offer assistance....   [tags: Drug addiction, Drug abuse, Domestic violence]

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Richard Nixon And Gerald Ford, Former National Security Advisor And Secretary Of State Of Iraq And Syria

- Henry Kissinger, former national security advisor and secretary of state to US Presidents Richard Nixon and Gerald Ford, is arguably the finest political brain of his generation. In 2014 at the ripe old age of 91, Kissinger published his magisterial tome “World Order,” a peerless peek back at history tracing the evolution of the incumbent international system of rules from pre-Westphalian Europe in the Middle Ages to the global response to militant Islamic extremism in the guise of Al-Qaeda and more recently the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) over half a millennium later....   [tags: Pakistan, Afghanistan, Taliban, Richard Nixon]

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Hamdi et al. v. Rumsfeld

- Hamdi et al. v. Rumsfeld Hamdi et al. v. Rumsfeld, Secretary of Defense, et al. could prove the undoing of the Bush administration’s legal defense of the abuses at Guantanamo Bay. In this case, four British citizens are suing Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld as well as a host of Army and Air Force Generals and policy apparatchiks for allegedly authorizing the use of torture in Afghanistan and Guantanamo Bay. The four were captured in Afghanistan, either by Americans or America’s ally, the Northern Alliance, and transported to Guantanamo Bay in Cuba where they were held for over two years....   [tags: Guantanamo Bay Secretary of Defense Essays]

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Personality Profile : What Do You Like?

- Personality Profile What do you like to do. I like to spend time with my family and close friends, helping others, read, travel, and shop. What do you do well. Troubleshooting computer problems, playing the drum and singing, typing (60 wpm), and cooking. What do care about. I care about my relationship with God, my family, and close friend. I care about my health. I also care about obtaining a college degree and finding a decent paying job. What motivates you. My parents motivate me, and also my niece and nephew whom I take care....   [tags: Health care, Nursing, Secretary]

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American Presidents: William Taft

- November 1908, William Taft won the presidential election and assumed office in March of 1909. Before his presidency he was on his way to his dream job of a spot on the Supreme Court. Roosevelt selected Taft to be Secretary of war in 1904 and later pushed Taft to finish out his progressive ideas while Taft held presidency. Not only was Taft pushed to run for office by Roosevelt but also his wife, Helen Herron (Nellie) Taft. Taft was not nearly as aggressive as Roosevelt liked, and in the election of 1912 Roosevelt ran again against Taft....   [tags: presidencial election, secreatary of war]

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The Symptoms, Causes and Remedies for Cystic Fibrosis

- Cystic Fibrosis Anthropology 1 Writing Assignment: Cystic Fibrosis Cystic Fibrosis is a genetic disorder that affects the secretory gland. The secretory gland is where mucus and sweat are created. The mucus is a sticky, watery like tissue that lines certain body cavities and organs. It is needed to keep those areas moist and to prevent infection. Rather like the way cars need lubricants to keep all parts moving and functioning properly. However, people whom have this mutated gene produce excessive amounts of a sticky, thick type lubricant....   [tags: genetic disorder affecting secretory gland]

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Kinetics of Parasitic Load in Different Tissues of Murine Toxoplasmosis after Immunization by Excretory Secretory Antigens Using Real Time Q-PCR

- Among different antigens, it has been demonstrated that T. gondii tachyzoites ESAs are highly immunogen and in different studies depending on a mouse model, used adjuvant, method of antigen administration, intraperitoneal dose of injected antigen, and method of antigen preparation, different and sometimes conflicting results have been reported [6, 12, 14]. ESAs are released by three secretory organelles including micronemes (MIC), rhoptries (ROP), and dense granules (GRA). Host cell invasion is mediated by the sequential secretion of the content of all three organelles [20]....   [tags: medical research]

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The Organization And Human Services Chain Of Command

- This chart sets up each organization into different departments. It shows us that the Health and Human Services chain of command is led by the Office of the Secretary, the Deputy Secretary. It shows that they support the Chief of Staff, who supports the deputy secretaries, a number of Assistant Secretaries, Offices, and Operating Divisions. The Office of the Secretary includes: The Executive Secretariat, Office of Health Reform, and Office for Intergovernmental and External Affairs. The Office of Intergovernmental and External Affairs is the Department’s liaison to state, local, and tribal governments and non-governmental organizations....   [tags: Health care, Health insurance, Health]

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Why Is Government Necessary? What Are The Primary Purposes Of Government?

- Why is government necessary?  What are the primary purposes of government?  -Government is a way of making laws and regulations for the people. It is necessary to provide order and safety to the public. We have freedom and there needs to be an in between of freedom and order. Having a government allows protection of our rights and it is also needed to provide us with safety and have law enforcement and education for children. The primary purposes of government are to create a good public order while providing public safety such as protecting people from crimes....   [tags: United States Constitution, United States Congress]

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The Constitution Of The United States

- In 1787 the leaders of our Government set forth and gathered to write a set of principles that would serve as a document on how our nation would now be governed. That document is called the Constitution of the United States. It states that to protect individual freedoms, to have a fair government and prevent the government from abuse of power, there should be three separate branches of Government. The Legislative Branch, The Executive Branch, and the Judicial Branch. The three branches of the United States Government include the “who” and what “powers” they have....   [tags: President of the United States]

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The Legislative Branch Of Government

- In 1787 the leaders of the states came together to establish a constitutional set of guidelines (laws), to ensure a more structured uniformed way of protecting the American people against total governmental control, and protecting the citizens rights. The constitution ensured that the branches would be serperated to detour from total control of one branch of government, Each branch of government has its own duties and responsibilities other than working along side the other branches. Below identifies the three branches of government as well as their responsibilities and process of being elected as a member....   [tags: Separation of powers, United States]

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Original Writing Of Dr. Arosemena 's Office A Little Later

- “I understand. He did the same thing to me and I don’t like him either,” Dr. Carpenter said with empathy. “Mum is the word.” “He wanted an anesthesiologist.” “An anesthesiologist!. What the hell for?!” “To sedate someone I guess . . . I don’t know, but that’s what they do, I mean that’s what anesthesiologists do.” “Can you give me the name and phone number of the anesthesiologist?” “Oh, I sure can and do you one better. I’ll patch you through to her right now.” “Thanks.” Dr. Theresa Arosemena’s cell phone rang....   [tags: United Nations, United States]

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Analysis Of Luis Valdez 's ' The Sellouts '

- “Los Vendidos,” translated to “The Sellouts” by Luis Valdez is a one act play that draws attention to the prejudice against Mexicans. Salesman, Honest Sancho, is a used Mexican lot owner that sells “robots,” each representing a Mexican model stereotype. The secretary, Miss Jimenez, works for the governor of the town who has sent her to purchase a Mexican to help their votes. Sancho shows the secretary the many different Mexicans they have from a farm worker to Pachuco (a lazy Mexican that causes trouble), to a revolucionario and a Mexican-American....   [tags: Stereotype, Prejudice, Mexican American]

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Analysis Of ' House Of Cards ' From The Popular Netflix Series Played By Kevin Spacey

- This critical essay will critique Francis J. Underwood of “House of Cards” from the popular Netflix series played by Kevin Spacey. In the series Francis goes by Frank Underwood. Frank Underwood is a conniving, manipulative, Machiavellian, politician with a quenching thirst for power. Frank is a U.S. congressman from Gaffney, South Carolina. The beginning of the series starts with Frank being the House Majority Whip for the Democratic party of the United States of America. The series chronological his rise up the hierarchical ladder to President of the United States....   [tags: United States, President of the United States]

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The Process of Developing Policies: The President and Foreign Affairs

- Harry Truman was once asked ‘who made US foreign policy’ he simply replied ‘I do’ . The United State president has always put the issue of foreign affairs to the fore front in order to retain the superpower America is. Although the President is viewed as the key decision maker in foreign policy the executive branch is not the only branch involved in determining the course of American foreign policy. The process of developing policies is of great importance to the branches involved because the United states government has the power to influence the lives of many people through the polices....   [tags: harry truman, superpower, congress]

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Problems with The Decision to Drop the Atomic Bomb

- The world changed June 6, 1945 when the atomic bomb was dropped on Hiroshima and then again, Aug 9, 1945 on Nagasaki. The actions by the United States evoked a cataclysmic spiral in the morals and methods of how warfare is carried out. Officials within the United States government through both memorandums and meeting voiced their concerns with the use of nuclear technology. They worked tirelessly to persuade President Truman that the atomic bomb was a weapon of destruction far beyond the span of normal warfare....   [tags: Geopolitics, War]

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President John F. Kennedy And President Lyndon B. Johnson

- Robert S. McNamara served as Secretary of Defense for the United States under both President John F. Kennedy and President Lyndon B. Johnson from 1961 to 1968. During his service, McNamara oversaw military action for one of America’s most controversial wars, the Vietnam War. The Vietnam War created a polarity of opinions in the United States over what the correct the course of war would be. Those who advocated for a cease fire were referred to as “doves” while those who preferred elevated military action were called “hawk”....   [tags: Lyndon B. Johnson, John F. Kennedy, Vietnam War]

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Why Senate Bill 510 Should Not Be Passed

- As communication, transportation and free trade among countries has increased, so has the globalization of our nation’s food supply. Because we, the United States of America, are currently importing 15 percent of our nation’s total food supply, as well as, 60 percent of our produce and 80 percent of our seafood (FDA Could Strengthen) consumers are often left wondering if our food system is really safe. With the Food and Drug Administration overseeing the safety of many imported products such as produce, seafood and dairy, the FDA’s regulations are under constant scrutiny from the public, organizations and the federal government....   [tags: Politics ]

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The Decision to Drop the Atomic Bomb

- Technology has allowed for the furtherance of warfare, from the invention of gun powder to the splitting of the atom. These findings have propelled the leap of numerous nations’ in the ability to wage war against each other. Of these discoveries, the splitting atom spawned an invention that would hurl the world from conventional warfare into the nuclear age. These ideals were the brainstorming of some of the greatest minds in America and abroad. These scientists began to formulate the creation of the atomic bomb, a device that would change the world in ways that had never been imagined before....   [tags: Warfare]

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Race Stereotypes Value By Luiz Valdez

- Race Stereotypes Value Most of the people in their life have been looked down on because of their race. Society has made an issue of skin color. These days it is looked down on if someone associates with someone that is not the same color as other people. Luiz Valdez tells us he’s story where he boycotts against grape growers. This tells readers that he was against stereotypes. Which someone can tell by he 's playing “Los Vendidos.” The play starts off with Honest Sancho dusting off the models....   [tags: Mexican American, United States, Los Angeles]

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Present Day Cuban Missile Crisis

- Present Day Cuban Missile Crisis On the morning of October 16, 1962, President John F. Kennedy received confirmation that Russia has placed missiles and atomic weapons on the island of Cuba. The ensuing 13 days would become an extremely intense and dangerous period for the American people. Fast forward 51 years and it would seem as though the American government is dealing with a very similar set of circumstances. The North Korean government has embarked on a very serious journey to develop and usenuclear weapons,with the primary target being South Korea and the United States bases within that country....   [tags: russia, Kennedy, north korea]

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Haig V. Agee: Power To Revoke Passports

- Haig v. Agee: Power to Revoke Passports Whether a passport can be revoked or not has been a major question since the mid- 1800's. Haig v. Agee is a landmark Supreme Court case charging that the Secretary of State can not revoke a passport on the grounds that the power has never been granted by the Congress to the Secretary, and that revoking a passport violates the first and fifth amendments of the Constitution of the United States. Not only does the Secretary of State have implied powers, but revoking Agee's passport did not violate any laws or rights....   [tags: essays research papers]

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Paralegals: Regulations and Licensing

- Paralegals are employed in a wide variety of legal settings and play an ever-increasing role in the delivery of affordable and efficient legal services. However, regulation of paralegals has been non-existent or inconsistent, though the topic continues to be a significant issue. Across the country, paralegals advocate bar associations, state legislatures and courts to consider regulatory programs that go beyond merely defining the term "Paralegal." Federally required licensing of paralegals would benefit future growth and development of the career field and address the controversial issues surrounding it....   [tags: Law, legal]

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Hamilton’s Vision Intended for the New Government of United States of America

- In 1787, the United States of America Constitution was ratified by two-thirds of the states. The Constitution created a new government in the United States of America that was constructed around the idea of separation of power by the three branches of government with a system of checks and balances. These branches include the executive branch, the bicameral legislative branch and judicial branch. In order to ensure that no branch were to overpower the other two branches, the forefathers of the United States of America created a system of checks and balances....   [tags: american government, american constitution, americ]

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Managing Workplace Relations

- The Australian Human Rights Commission (2011:p1) states that “Gender equality is a principal that lies at the heart of a fair and productive society”. If gender equality is the heart of a fair and productive society than the laws and regulations in place must be the key in maintaining a fair and productive society. If regulations and laws are not frequently discussed, debated and reviewed than issues such as sex discrimination in particular can be sufficiently dealt with or ignored. The Carter v Linuki Pty t/as Aussie & Anor [2005] NSWADTAP 40 (22 August 2005) will be used to demonstrate the regulations surrounding sexual discrimination....   [tags: Business Management ]

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Kathleen Sebelius Path to a Political Career

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Defining Roles through the Use of Language in Richard Wright’s Autobiography, Black Boy

- Defining Roles through the Use of Language in Richard Wright’s Autobiography, Black Boy In his autobiography, Black Boy, Richard Wright is constantly feeling alone and cast from society. He always knew he was different from his friends and the other kids; he knew that there was something separating himself from his peers- language. Throughout the novel Wright uses language to define roles, to define himself, and to define society. Wright’s use of language and rhetorical techniques allows his readers to know exactly which characters are filling which roles in the novel....   [tags: Richard Wright’s Black Boy]

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The United States Department of State

- From the earliest times of recorded history and even long before that rudimentary society and government have existed. When these separate governments encountered one another, they realized that they would need to interact if they were to be able to get along. Usually this “getting along” involved either bashing in someone’s head with a rock, impaling your neighbor with a spear, or bombarding them will devastating long range artillery. On rare occasions, however, these interactions were done through dialogue and negotiation....   [tags: ambassador, state department, american embassy]

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Charles Thomson : An Outstanding Person

- Charles Thomson was an outstanding person. In his life, he accomplished several positions with schools and government. Charles had a passion for knowledge. He was one of the founding fathers of our country. He overcame a few obstacles in his life from childhood on up. Charles gain knowledge of the Bible by studying it. During the destruction of the woolen trade and the enforcement of the Test Act Charles was born. This was the time when the Protestant emigration was robbing Ireland. He was born on the first week of November 1729 in Gorteade town land, Maghera Parish, county Londonderry, Ireland....   [tags: United States Declaration of Independence]

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A Historical Significant: Thomas Jefferson

- Thomas Jefferson also known as “The Apostle of Democracy” is one of the most unique and important father figures in American history, and throughout his lifetime accomplished countless essential goals that held America together during the times of breaking point. As a Founding Father of America, principal author of The Declaration Of Independence, Secretary Of State, and third President Of The United States, Jefferson was born on April 13, 1743 in Shadwell, Virginia and died at the age of eighty-three at his Monticello estate on July 4th, 1826 in Charlottesville, Virginia....   [tags: The Apostle of Democracy, notorious Americans]

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Piercy?s Use Of Implied And Ex

- In this poem Marge Piercy’s speaker evokes a concrete vision of a woman who has lost her personal identity to her job. Her bold and descriptive use of metaphors allow the reader to envision a woman who is living her life vicariously through her career. Ms. Piercy successfully uses paradox, personification, and the pun to bring the character alive. With the use of metaphors, both implied and explicit, the reader can deeply empathize with the central character of this poem. From the first line of the poem the tone is set for the reader....   [tags: essays research papers]

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Underdog Rescue : A Non Profit Organization That Rescues Dogs And Rehomes Them

- Underdog Rescue is a non-profit organization that rescues dogs and rehomes them. Underdog Rescue has been established since 2009 and has had the same three core volunteers (President, Vice president and secretary) since they started. The rescue is foster based and relies heavily on community support, volunteers, foster homes, and donations. The purpose of the meeting was a monthly volunteer update and recap of last month (October). The common concern among the group was the amount of stray dogs in each county, and the amount of dogs being euthanized each day at each county animal control....   [tags: Vice President of the United States]

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W. L. Gore & Associates - “100 Best Companies to Work For”

- W. L. Gore & Associates - “100 Best Companies to Work For” Every year Fortune Magazine lists the 100 best companies to work for. Who wouldn’t want to work at one of these companies. However for many, me included, just having a job is a relief. The current economic crisis has had a serious effect on unemployment and many people are looking for a job to make ends meet and they’ll take what they can get right now. Those of us who are lucky enough to be employed feel lucky to still have a job in this economy....   [tags: Business Analysis ]

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Prosecutorial and Judicial Independence of the Superior Courts in Hong Kong

- Basic Law provides for both prosecutorial and judicial independence, as both are vital under the Rule of Law in Hong Kong. This paper looks at issues in connection with prosecutorial independence and judicial independence of the superior courts. Indeed both are not functioning with total independency with the judiciary perceived to be more independent. As both are vital to the rule of law in Hong Kong, the prosecutorial independency and judicial independency of the superior courts shall be kept to the highest standard....   [tags: rule, law, independent]

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President Franklin Roosevelt 's Vision For A Prosperous America

- On June 13, 2015 at Roosevelt Island in New York, the current Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton officially launched her presidential campaign. She begins by establishing President Franklin Roosevelt’s vision for a prosperous America - which includes ‘equality of opportunity… security for those who need it… the ending of special privilege for the few… the preservation of civil liberties for all... a wider and constantly rising standard of living’ - as her vision for America too. She reminds the American population that President Roosevelt “called on every American to do his or her part” because “if you do your part you ought to be able to get ahead, and when everybody does their part,...   [tags: Barack Obama, President of the United States]

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United States Department of Housing and Urban Development

- I chose to analyze the United States Department of Housing and Urban Development website also known as HUD at HUD is a Cabinet department of the Executive branch under the federal government. The current Secretary is Shaun Donovan who was sworn in on January 26, 2009. He is the 15th Secretary for HUD since being form in 1965. Secretary Donovan unlike other heads of private organizations must fulfill many of the duties and requirements that are dictated by laws....   [tags: Website Analysis]

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Customer Service Beliefs That Can Hurt Your Business

- Having a yearly appraisal helps to show your employee through your point of view as a manger, how you believe they are excelling in their job, or areas that require improvement. With your employee knowing area’s they need to improve in, they can work on that next year. This will not only help them increase their productivity, but it will help with moving up in their career. The question we have to ask ourselves why we need appraisals. ("Customer Service Beliefs That Can Hurt Your Business." Small Business....   [tags: Employment, Vice President of the United States]

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The Rise and Fall of Mikhail Gorbachev

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Personal Statement : My Name Razia Alam

- Personal declaration My name RAZIA ALAM. I was born in 10-10-1964. I was graduated in BA from Suhrawardy Government College 1in 1984. I had involved in student politics, and then I joined to Bangladesh National Party (BNP) in 1985. Since I joined to BNP, I have actively participated all the party activities; moreover, I was elected as a women organization secretary of Shahin Bag. After becoming party organization secretary, I had increased my activities, and it has were organizing meeting, increasing party member, and expanding party’s activities....   [tags: Dhaka, Bangladesh, Politics of Bangladesh]

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Elizabeth Dole: A True Role Model

- Congresswoman Elizabeth Hanford Dole grew up in North Carolina in the small town of Salisbury ,and was born to a wholesaler on July 29, 1936. Dole had a privileged childhood and had the opportunity to study private balled and horseback riding amongst other things. As she grew up she became a model student succeeding in academics as well as extracurricular activities, such as drama and student government; and even got elected as president of her freshman class. After high school like many girls her age, Dole proceeded to go to college where she followed in her brothers footsteps and attended Duke University where she majored in political science in 1958 after which she did post-graduate wor...   [tags: Biography ]

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The 2008 Mortgage Crisis: Henry Paulson

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Marbury V. Madison ( 1803 )

- Derek Bloom Marbury v. Madison (1803) Introduction Marbury v. Madison (1803) refers to a landmark case in US law that laid the basis for the application of judicial review, particularly under Article three of the Constitution. The outcome of the case helped define the limits between the country’s distinct executive and judicial branches. Marbury v. Madison (1803) came about after William Marbury’s application to the (SC) Supreme Court. The application came after President John Adams appointed him as Justice of the Peace....   [tags: Supreme Court of the United States]

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The Research Of Autism Spectrum Disorders

- The Autism Collaboration, Accountability, Research, Education, and Support (CARES) Act of 2014 is run by the Department of Health and Human Services with the help of the government officials including the Secretary of Education and the Secretary of Defense to research the autism disorder, create activities that help those with autism, and provide assistance with special services required by those with autism (Congress.Gov, 2014). According to Senator Menendez, this act has never received a rejection during the implementation of the passing of this bill, continuous unanimous votes were maintained throughout the development (Autism Votes: An Autism Speaks Initiative, 2014)....   [tags: Autism, Autism spectrum, Asperger syndrome]

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Case Study : Trump Choses Rep

- Trump Choses Rep. Tom Price to Lead Department of HHS President-elect Donald Trump has selected Rep. Tom Price of Georgia, a strong critic of President Barack Obama’s sweeping health care law Obamacare, as his pick for Secretary of Health and Human Services (HHS) to help with his campaign promised of vowing to repeal and replace Obamacare. “Chairman Price has earned a reputation for being a tireless problem solver and the go-to expert on healthcare policy, making him the ideal choice to serve in this capacity,” Trump said in a statement announcement....   [tags: Barack Obama, Democratic Party, Health care]

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Leadership: Putting it all Together

- An aggressive, ambitious manager that displayed coercive power would use her authority to push employees into fearing for their jobs. Ellen was the executive secretary for the Vice President of Blue Cross Blue Shield who felt it was time to be more than just a secretary. She wanted to be a manager, she went to the Vice President (her boss) explaining how she could organize a secretarial pool that would benefit the company by having everything centralized and create a faster more efficient team. The Vice President approved her suggestion and promoted her into management....   [tags: Leadership ]

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Joseph Stalin's Raise To Power

- "Analyse the methods used and the conditions which helped in the rise to power of Joseph Stalin“. Stalins rise as a dictator over the USSR in 1929, was a struggle for power. It was set by Lenin, in his testament, that Stalin was not to takeover control as the party leader, and to be removed from his position as General Secretary, as Stalin in Lenins eyes had lack of loyalty, tolerance, and politeness. However, different factors, such as Lenins funeral, Stalins position as General Secretary and the rise of bureaucracy, and Stalins relationship to Kamenev and Zinoviev, made it possible for Stalin to become the undisputed leader over the USSR in 1929....   [tags: ussr, dictator, lenin]

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The Army's Talking Points Controversy

- The Crusader’s Background The Army focused on building the XM 2001 Crusader self-propelled howitzer from 1987 to 2002 in order to enhance its self-propelled 155mm artillery capabilities (Bruner & Bowman, 2002, p. 1). Since the Crusader was developed starting in the late 1980s, the system was intended to combat the firepower of the Soviet Union’s artillery. Among the tasks the weapons system would have fulfilled were “direct-fire maneuver forces, such as tanks and infantry, with immediate, heavy, indirect fires from a distance” (Bruner & Bowman, 2002, p....   [tags: Donald Rumsfeld ]

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Feminism And The Feminist Movement

- For hundreds of years, women are fighting a war of inequality in the male dominated society. Heather Savigny addressed a very important question in her article, what is Feminism. By definition, “Feminism” is a moment started by women to end inequality in all fields of society. Women in the society started this protest to gain rights that were deprived by the males in the society. A feminist can be a normal person who fights against the discrimination on based on sex, age and gender. The feminist movement is very important in our society, to protect women for sexual harassment and violence....   [tags: Charlotte Perkins Gilman, Feminism]

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Roles Of The Public Service

- There have been many changes made to the Australian Public Service since Federation and the most dramatic changes were made towards the end of the twentieth century. In the follow paper I discuss briefly the role of the public service in Australia and the part they have to play in public policy, particularly with respect to providing quality advice to government. I examine some of the most significant changes which were introduced into to the public service including the significant changes made to the employment arrangements of the department secretaries....   [tags: Policy, Policy analysis, Government]

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Different Perspectives On Health Care

- Different Perspectives on Health Care While The Truman Show is a fiction, comedy film, it holds an important lesson for real life. The film follows Truman Burbank, who is unaware his “real” life is actually a television show influenced by a number of actors and people behind the scenes. Viewers are intrigued by this movie’s premise, but many people do not realize that real world systems operate behind the scenes in their own lives. Conflict theory discusses how conflict is inevitable and is a result of an imbalance in power and access to resources....   [tags: Health care, Barack Obama, Health insurance]

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Political Games of Vietnam

- Political games of Vietnam The Vietnam War was a pivotal changing point in the American foreign policy. Through the span of three presidents and the Cold War, Vietnam changed the outlook of America in the world wide arena. After the end of the Indochina war and oppression of Vietnam by the French, the country was split into the north and the south along the 17th parallel. Following the declaration of the Geneva Accord there was to be a demilitarized zone along the north and the south of the 17th parallel and each side of the nation would have 300 days to remove their personnel from the opposing side of the country....   [tags: changing points in US history]

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The Main Features of Direct Rule and Its Strengths and Weaknesses

- The Main Features of Direct Rule and Its Strengths and Weaknesses Direct Rule was enforced as a temporary expedient to Northern Ireland ruling problems in March of 1972. Direct rule meant that the Secretary of state and his Junior Ministers ran Northern Ireland directly from Westminster. The solution was imposed due to the discrimination against Catholics by the Unionists who ruled Northern Ireland. The Secretary Of State John Reid has a seat in the British Cabinet. He is responsible for the conduct of policy in Northern Ireland and for representing and defending the interests of Northern Ireland both at Westminster and when necessary at an international stage....   [tags: Papers]

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President Lincoln's Struggle With His Cabinet

- President Lincoln's Struggle With His Cabinet Abraham Lincoln is regarded by many historians as the greatest president ever to stand at America's helm. This reputation is extremely well deserved, as Lincoln was able to preserve the Union and gain victory in the civil war, despite his fighting an uphill battle against his own presidential cabinet. Had he not been struggling against this divided government, President Lincoln could have achieved victory with extreme efficiency and a minimum of wanton bloodshed (Angle 659)....   [tags: American America History]

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Project for the New American Century

- Kristol founded the PNAC in 1997 and the organization quickly set about putting together a program for America’s future… America’s future president. The PNAC list of associates reads like a who’s who of the powerful wealthy American Right. All told, sixteen members of George Bush’s cabinet are members or associates of the PNAC, and these are not just any cabinet members, but in fact some of the most influential members. The members of the Bush cabinet who are associated with the PNAC are as follows: * Dick Cheney: a PNAC founder, Vice President * Donald Rumsfeld: a PNAC founder, Secretary of Defense * Paul Wolfowitz: Deputy Secretary of Defense * Elliott Abrams: NSC representative for Mid...   [tags: PNAC]

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The Army Problem Solving Model and The Rapid Decision Making and Synchronization Process

- 1. Compare and Contrast the Army Problem Solving Model Process with the Rapid Decision Making and Synchronization Process. (C100) The Army’s Problem solving model is a seven-step process where leaders take a systematic approach to define a problem, develop possible solutions to solve the problem, arrive at the best solution, and implement the solution. This process will identify the problem, gather information, develop criteria, develop possible solutions, analyze the possible solutions, compare them, and finally implement the best decision....   [tags: leaders experience, situational awareness]

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Possible Repercussions of Publishing One Day in the Life of Ivan Denisovich

- ... He is not an aristocrat, an intellectual, or an ardent victim like most of the heroes of nineteenth-century Russian novels. Shukhov is a simple peasant, possibly even illiterate. When he sees the poem Kolya is copying out, for instance, he does not recognize the odd way of writing each line directly beneath the previous one. He is impressed by men such as Caesar who have lived in Moscow, which to Shukhov is a mysterious, distant land. Nor is he a talented or perceptive, sentimental soul: he shows almost no warmth for his long-forgotten wife and daughters, no idealistic wistfulness for his lost home, and no reveries of a better life elsewhere....   [tags: economy, stalin, liberal]

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